The playmaker has been a big success in his recent home matches for Aston Villa.
He has scored three goals and supplied two assists in his last four at Villa Park, totalling 33 points.
Norwich, meanwhile, have the joint-worst defence in the league, conceding 37 goals.
The left-back offers strong all-round potential for Everton's first match under new manager Carlo Ancelotti. Digne entertains Burnley on the back of three assists and three clean sheets at Goodison Park in 2019/20.
The midfielder has been Spurs' top FPL performer since Jose Mourinho was appointed head coach. Alli has totalled 41 points over the last six Gameweeks, more than any team-mate.
Manchester City's midfielder is the most-bought player in Gameweek 19, earning 178,000+ new owners for his trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers. De Bruyne has produced 32 points over his previous three away matches.
He is the third most-bought player in the Gameweek, transferred in by more than 140,000 managers.
The Leicester striker has a strong record against Liverpool at King Power Stadium. Vardy has scored five goals in his last three home meetings with Jurgen Klopp's side.
Norwich's frontman has stepped up his away form for his visit to Aston Villa. Pukki has two goals, an assist and 22 points in his last three away matches.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): That team looks excellent for Gameweek 19. Grealish needs to stand up and be counted especially with John McGinn (£5.7m) absent for a period through injury, although I do worry he may end up playing deeper. Salah and Vardy are playing each other although they could both easily score in that game so I'm not surprised to see them both included.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): The inclusion of Salah in here makes me more tempted to transfer him in. Abraham could do well, he needs a goal for his confidence.
Tom (@WGTA_FPL): A strong side we can have no qualms with. Lots of "90-minute men" who should make a positive contribution towards a decent score.
Ash (@FPLHints): Unsure of Pukki featuring in the frontline even if Villa's defence has been vulnerable of late. The rest of the picks seem on point and I can't fault them.
Paul Gee (@FPLPaulGee): I like the inclusion of Salah. However, I think it may be one Gameweek too early. I would have included Sterling at the same price point and gone all out Man City. Digne is a great pick and could soon become essential like we thought at the beginning of the season.
Ben McNair (@drbenmcnair): Leicester and Liverpool could be a tight game decided by the odd goal. Despite their good form, I'd be tempted to omit Vardy and Salah and go for Marcus Rashford (£9.1m) and Sterling instead, who play Newcastle United and Wolves respectively.